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  1. 4 0 6 . 0 2 Radio Phraseology and Procedures

  2. Phonetic Alphabet A Alfa J Juliet S Sierra B Bravo K Kilo T Tango C Charlie L Lima U Uniform D Delta M Mike V Victor E Echo N November W Whiskey F Foxtrot O Oscar X X-ray G Golf P Papa Y Yankee H Hotel Q Quebec Z Zulu I India R Romeo

  3. Numbers Numbers are pronounced as follows: 0 ZEE-RO 5 Fife 1 WUN 6 SIX 2 TOO 7 SEV-en 3 TREE 8 AIT 4 FOW-er 9 NIN-er Decimal DAY-SEE-MAL Thousand TOU-SAND

  4. Time The 24 hour clock is used to express time. Examples: 12:00 AM - 0000hrs 12:30 AM - 0030 hrs 09:00 AM - 0900 hrs 02:30 PM - 1430 hrs 05:45 PM - 1745 hrs

  5. Money The word “dollars” always is stated first before speaking of money. For example, $45.32 would be spoken as: “Dollars FOW-er Fife DAY-SEE-MAL Tree Too”

  6. Confirmation Stage NOTE: You must use the buttons in the Confirmation Stage

  7. Radio Radio Phraseology and Procedures Let's try a few review questions on Radio: Question #1 - Spell cadet in phonetic alphabet. A Charlie , Alfa, Delta, Echo, Tango B Chuck , Alfa, Delta, Echo, Tango C Charlie, Alfa, Delta, Echo, Tingle D Cadet, Alfa, Delta, Echo, Tingle

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  12. Radio Radio Phraseology and Procedures Let's try a few review questions on Radio: Question #2 - What would 9:30 PM be for the 24 hour clock? A 0930 hours B 1330 hours C 0130 hours D 2130 hours

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  17. Standard Phrases • Acknowledge “Let me know you have received and understood this message.” • Affirmative “Yes.” • Break “I hereby indicate the separation between portions of the message.” • Confirm “My version is…is that correct.” • Correction “I have made an error. The Correction is…”

  18. Standard Phrases • Do you read? “I have called you more than once. If you are receiving me, Reply.” • Go ahead “Proceed with your message.” • How do you read me? “Self explanatory.” • I say again “I will Repeat.” • Negative “No.” Out “My transmission is ended. I do not expect a reply from you.”

  19. Standard Phrases • Over “My transmission is ended. I expect a reply from you.” • Read back “Repeat this message back to me after I have given ‘Over’.” • Roger “Okay, I have received your message.” • Say Again “Repeat.” NEVER USE REPEAT ON THE RADIO. • Speak slower Self explanatory. Stand By “I must pause for a few seconds.”

  20. Standard Phrases • That is correct Self explanatory. • Verify “Check with the originator.” • Wilco “Your instructions received, understood and will be complied with.”

  21. Radio Procedure • Sydney Radio this is Glider Charlie Foxtrot Bravo Juliet Hotel, over. • Bravo Juliet Hotel this is Sydney Radio, over. • Sydney Radio this is Bravo Juliet Hotel on left downwind for runway 19, over. • Bravo Juliet Hotel this is Sydney Radio, Roger, the winds are 200 at 15 knots, over. • Sydney Radio this is Bravo Juliet Hotel, Roger, out. • Call up • Reply • Message • Acknowledge • End transmission

  22. Good Radio Technique Pronounce words clearly Speak at a moderate rate Use constant pitch Hold microphone 1” from mouth Avoid “Ums” and “Ahs” Acknowledge all transmissions Profanity is prohibited Do not use for personal use

  23. Confirmation Stage NOTE: You must use the buttons in the Confirmation Stage

  24. Radio Radio Phraseology and Procedures Let's try a few review questions on Radio: Question #3 - What is the standard phrase for “Your instructions received, understood and will be complied with”? A Roger B Wilco C Verify D Confirm

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  29. Radio Radio Phraseology and Procedures Let's try a few review questions on Radio: Question #4 - What is the third step in a radio procedure? A Call-up B Message C Reply D Acknowledge

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  34. Radio Radio Phraseology and Procedures Congratulations!! You have now completed the Radio Phraseology and Procedures lesson and the Radio Module. Of course, this lesson and module is always available to you for future reference if required. You are now ready to move along to the next module you have not completed. You can advance to the Self Test Module if you feel ready to challenge the final exam. Good Luck!